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Review: We Play Sway, The Game Of Debate And Silver Linings

Two female entrepreneurs launched Sway: A Game of Debate & Silver Linings, a party game that inspires optimism by challenging players to find the good in every seemingly bad situation while simultaneously making them laugh out loud.

If you would’ve told me that I would spend a Saturday night in a living room playing a board game, I wouldn’t believe you. I mean we’re all attached to our phones that touching a physical game is almost a thing of the past.

Yet, there I was acting out, competing and judging a multitude of challenges all thanks to Sway founders Margaret Marshall and Rachael Kauffung. The major bonuses of the game – you can only discuss the positives and essentially, everyone can be a winner of hilarious antics.

During each round, we had 30-second debates on topics ranging from Michael Jackson to The Milky Way with the occasional challenge such as mentioning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Beyond the game, the bigger picture behind Sway is to reemphasize human connection and focusing the mind on the positive of the world. This is one of the best packaged game inside of a small box that I have come across in a long time. Not only has it unleashed creativity, but also found a way to spark my interest in playing more games and taking a break from my phone to connect over the simple things.

Looking to check out the game and be swayed by its awesomeness yourself? Visit the site and take a sneak peak from the creators here:


About the author

Brea Finney

Brea Finney is a Public Relations Account Coordinator at an advertising agency based in Honolulu, Hawai'i. An advocate for all things digital and a lover of all things printed, she has spent time working with NBC 5 Chicago, Weber Shandwick Chicago and multiple organizations dedicated to the empowerment of minorities. Brea earned her BA in Communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is currently continuing her education with Syracuse University. When she isn’t working or studying, you can find her scrolling through social media, sifting through thrift stores or binge watching Netflix with a great book by her side!

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